Tag Archives: Bill Arnott

Lake

(for JSJ) An open expanse – watery in makeup you liken to limitless lake that stretches before you Effort brought you to this mostly rocky shore patchy quicksand, tidal sinkholes beckon at least moisten toes Exertion so great you questioned … Continue reading

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Back-to-School Air

A draping swirl of matador cape the charge of changing season birdsong, prescient as recess bells circular chorus chime small hands sweep particles of sand through tapered glass cascade in Sisyphean pyramids imagined finish lines raise arms in vees, believe … Continue reading

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